More Than One Moon in the Sky

Text of the Marker: More than One Moon in the Sky

More than One Moon in the Sky

Astronomically, we think of this spot today as a point on the path of a total Solar eclipse, but this was also a place of other eclipses of other kinds, of sabertooths and war rattles, where creatures at times rained gently down from the sky, and where two traditions of astronomical exploration co-existed. There were the xthaedransg, who, as creatures without metabolism, were perfectly suited for space travel—none more famous than Fafamyjac. And then the Saqhaelin people with their exquisite vision, observing the—for others—invisible with a curiosity and grace embodied by the great seer, /œ/ (pronounced zhezh).